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Kids ATVs and Youth Off-Road

Forum for kids atvs, youth quads, kids side by sides, kids utvs, and other youth off-road up to 150cc. ATVs and off-road vehicles for children.


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  • Latest Forum Posts

    • Thanks for the reply. That does seem a little risky especially when the mode switch is only $19, wise decision.
    • I read a few other threads that said its easy to short out electrical components using this trick.  so I decided to buy the $19 dealer mode switch instead.  
    • In New York state its a BIG no no to ride on/cross any public road, paved or dirt.  The part that is even a little more infuriating is that even through can't ride on the roads you still have to register your ATV and get a license plate! As I understand many choose not to get it registered, but if it ever gets stolen and you call the police the first question from them is going to be what's the registration/plate number? Oooops if you don't have that info!
    • How does the "paperclip trick" work, can you provide the details?
    • I use our 700 Grizzly to carry my chainsaws, oil and gas for cutting firewood on our property.  I'd also like to pull a trailer with it to help collect the firewood.  Because we have lots of rocks on our property the trails are very uneven.  I have heard of a walking beam suspension that helps to minimize a bouncy ride. Does anyone have any experience with the walking beam suspension verses a traditional axle and any trailer recommendations or even a style or type not to get to haul firewood with?   Thanks in advance.

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